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    Being a former dancer, classical dancer, it informed me as a human being just in terms of the grace I guess. Ballet is a very graceful form of art. You also become very aware of your body and your mind and your body is working in conjunction. That kind of helps you in acting as well. It's not only using your mind, it's like making your mind communicate this character into your body so that you can bring it to life and physicalize it.
    — Zoe Saldana
    tags: character  grace  human  body  help  mind 
     
    I am one of the last of a small tribe of troubadours, who still believe that life is a beautiful and exciting journey with a purpose and grace which are well worth singing about.
    — Yip Harburg
    A spontaneous act of generosity, performed with unselfish grace is an example of moral beauty, as are certain acts of courage; genuine modesty is a possible example, as is selfless love. Although moral beauty is a natural gift, it is nevertheless more likely to emerge and flourish in societies that appreciate and encourage it.
    — Yi-Fu Tuan
    Grace Kelly plays with intelligence, wit and feeling. She has a great amount of natural ability and the ability to adapt. That is the hallmark of a first-class jazz musician.
    — Wynton Marsalis
    There are things God does for me daily, and it throws me into brain lock, because I know in my heart I don't deserve that kind of grace. I don't deserve that break.
    — Willie Aames
    tags: heart  grace  brain  god 
     
    Learn to read slow; all other graces will follow in their proper places.
    — William Walker
    tags: grace  learn  read 
     
    Adapt your style, if you wish, to admit the color of slang or freshness of neologism, but hang tough on clarity, precision, structure, grace.
    — William Safire
    tags: grace  clarity  wishes 
     
    It is becoming impossible for those who mix at all with their fellow-men to believe that the grace of God is distributed denominationally.
    — William Ralph Inge
    tags: believe  grace  impossible  god 
     
    Concession comes with better grace and more salutary effect from superior power.
    — William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham
    tags: power  grace 
     
    Just because I work incredible good out of unspeakable tragedies doesn't mean I orchestrate the tragedies. Don't ever assume that my using something means I caused it or that I need it to accomplish my purposes. That will only lead you to false notions about me. Grace doesn't depend on suffering to exist, but where there is suffering you will find grace in many facets and colors.
    — William P. Young
    tags: work  suffering  grace  tragedy 
     
    Grace doesn't depend on suffering to exist, but where there is suffering you will find grace in many facets and colors.
    — William P. Young
    tags: suffering  grace 
     
    I suppose that since most of our hurts come through relationships so will our healing, and I know that grace rarely makes sense for those looking in from the outside.
    — William P. Young
    I really do believe that God is love, one of deep affection and grace and forgiveness and inspiration.
    — William P. Young
    Acquire the art of detachment, the virtue of method, and the quality of thoroughness, but above all the grace of humility.
    — William Osler
    We turn, three men bound by love, by history, by circumstance, and most certainly by the awful grace of God, and together walk a narrow lane where headstones press close all around, reminding me gently of Warren Redstone's parting wisdom, which I understand now. The dead are never far from us. They're in our hearts and on our minds and in the end all that separates us from them is a single breath, one final puff of air.
    — William Kent Krueger
    tags: men  heart  grace  god  wisdom  mind 
     
    The serpentine line, or the line of grace, by its waving and winding at the same time different ways, leads the eye in a pleasing manner along the continuity of its variety.
    — William Hogarth
    tags: time  grace  eyes 
     
    When grace changes the heart, submission out of fear changes to submission out of love, and true humility is born.
    — William Hendriksen
    tags: fear  heart  grace  humility  true 
     
    The animal's heart is the basis of its life, its chief member, the sun of its microcosm; on the heart all its activity depends, from the heart all its liveliness and strength arise. Equally is the king the basis of his kingdoms, the sun of his microcosm, the heart of the state; from him all power arises and all grace stems.
    — William Harvey
    tags: animals  heart  power  grace  strength 
     
    Humility is a necessary veil to all other graces.
    — William Gurnall
    tags: grace  humility 
     
    Satan will be ready to help forward such thoughts as a fit medium to lift thee up , and slacken thy care in duty for the future. Such discoveries do indeed bear witness to the truth of thy grace, but not to the degree and measure of it. The weak child may be, yea, is, oftener in the lap than the strong.
    — William Gurnall
    Whoever hath a seed time of grace pass over his soul, shall have his harvest time also of joy.
    — William Gurnall
    tags: time  joy  grace  soul 
     
    God hath made it a debt which one saint owes to another to carry their names to a throne of grace.
    — William Gurnall
    tags: grace  god 
     
    Weak faith will as surely land the Christian in heaven as strong faith, for it is impossible the least dram of true grace should perish
    — William Gurnall
    The grace thou hast will soon be less, if thou addest not more to it.
    — William Gurnall
    tags: grace 
     
    That some unevangelized men are saved, in the present life, by an extraordinary exercise of redeeming grace in Christ, has been the hope and belief of Christendom. It was the hope and belief of the elder Calvinists, as of the later.
    — William Greenough Thayer Shedd
    tags: belief  men  present  grace  christ  hope  exercise 
     
    Human beings, joined in collaboration with the gifts of grace, are responsible for the planet and its future.
    — William F. Schulz
    tags: future  grace  human  gift 
     
    Would I describe a preacher, I would express him simple, grave, sincere; In doctrine uncorrupt; in language plain, And plain in manner; decent, solemn, chaste, And natural in gesture; much impress'd Himself, as conscious of his awful charge, And anxious mainly that the flock he feeds May feel it too; affectionate in look, And tender in address, as well becomes A messenger of grace to guilty men.
    — William Cowper
    There is mercy in every place. And mercy, encouraging thought gives even affliction a grace and reconciles man to his lot.
    — William Cowper
    tags: men  thoughts  grace  mercy 
     
    Even in the stifling bosom of the town,A garden, in which nothing thrives, has charmsThat soothes the rich possessor; much consol'd,That here and there some sprigs of mournful mint,Or nightshade, or valerian, grace the wellHe cultivates.
    — William Cowper
    tags: grace  garden 
     
    Accomplishments have taken virtue's place, and wisdom falls before exterior grace.
    — William Cowper
    tags: grace  virtue  wisdom 
     
    Strength may wield the ponderous spade, May turn the clod, and wheel the compost home; But elegance, chief grace the garden shows, And most attractive, is the fair result Of thought, the creature of a polished mind.
    — William Cowper
    The most glorious works of grace that have ever took place, have been in answer to prayer.
    — William Carey
    tags: work  grace  prayer 
     
    Without justification salvation is not of grace, but of works.
    — William Carey
    tags: work  grace  salvation 
     
    The Grace of God and the human will are co-operant, but not on equal terms. Grace has the pre-eminence.
    — William Burton
    tags: grace  human  god 
     
    Gifts are as gold that adorns the temple; grace is like the temple that sanctifies the gold.
    — William Burkitt
    tags: grace  gift 
     
    The burden of life is from ourselves, its lightness from the grace of Christ and the love of God.
    — William Bernard Ullathorne
    tags: grace  god  christ 
     
    The word grace emphasizes at one and the same time the helpless poverty of man and the limitless kindness of God.
    — William Barclay
    tags: time  men  poverty  kindness  grace  god 
     
    To repent means to realize that the kind of life we are living is wrong and that we must adopt a completely new set of values. To that end, it involves two things. It involves sorrow for what we have been and it involves the resolve that by the grace of God we will be changed.
    — William Barclay
    tags: living  grace  sorrow  value  wrong  god  adopt 
     
    Although the whole man partakes of this grace, it is first and most appropriately in the soul and later progresses to the body, inasmuch as the body of the man is capable of the same obedience to the will of God as the soul.
    — William Ames
    tags: men  grace  soul  progress  body  god 
     
    The passive receiving of Christ is the process by which a spiritual principle of grace is generated in the will of man.
    — William Ames
    tags: men  grace  process  spiritual  christ 
     
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